Historical Fiction, WWII Historical Fiction, Women's Sagas ★★★★★ Since Lisa Scottoline's first book "Everywhere that Mary Went" in 1994, I have been hooked on her writing. Lisa usually writes mystery and suspense novels and "Eternal" is her first Historical Fiction novel. Eternal was more than I thought it was going to be. I could not… Continue reading Eternal – Lisa Scottoline
Jewish American Fiction, Historical Biographical Fiction, Jewish Literature ★★★★★ I am an avid reader and I enjoy reading historical fiction novels. I do not give 5 stars on books very often. However, this book is worth it!This novel is breathtakingly well written. I felt as though I was there with the characters. This book is… Continue reading We Were the Lucky Ones – Georgia Hunter
Historical Irish Fiction, 20th Century Historical Romance, Historical Mystery/Suspense Fiction The Robinswood Story Book #3 ★★★★ I enjoy Jean Graingers’ work and she is one of the author’s that I follow.Out of all the books that I have read by Mrs. Grainger “Trials & Tribulations” is in my Top 3 favorite books by this author.I… Continue reading Trials and Tribulations – Jean Grainger
Historical European Fiction, British and Irish Literacy Fiction, Historical Irish Fiction, WWII The Robinswood Story Book #2 ★★★★ I have read a lot of Jean Grainger’s work and I thoroughly enjoyed this series. I loved the storytelling and the depth of each of the characters. I enjoyed getting to know these characters more and the… Continue reading Return to Robinswood – Jean Grainger
Historical Fiction, WWII, European Historical Fiction, Short Story Novella ★★★★ I really enjoyed this story. It was a great page turner. I enjoyed reading Catriona’s journey and watching this character grow through out the book.